• Unspeakable Pain

Unspeakable Pain

Unspeakable Pain

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  • Author
    David Bardes
  • Publisher
    Lulu Press Inc
  • Publication date
    31 December 1969

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Book Detail

  • Book Title

    Unspeakable Pain

  • Author

    David Bardes

  • Date Published

    31 December 1969

  • Publisher

    Lulu Press Inc

  • Pages

    2017-08-04 pages

  • ISBN

Book Description

The Torture Victim Who Ended the Torturegate Scandal - Unspeakable Pain is the story of David Bardes, who was falsely accused of a crime, financially destroyed, hunted down, and immediately locked in jail cell designed to torture with hypothermia (shivering to death in the cold.) After losing consciousness from hypothermia, the guards thought Bardes was dead. So, Bardes was shot to feign a reason for death being other than from hypothermia. But by beating 1 in 1,000 odds of survival from hypothermic coma, Bardes lived to teach himself the law, and litigate three Federal lawsuits over ten years to bring an end to hypothermic torture.

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